Krushuna Falls (Крушунски водопади) are a series of waterfalls in Northern Bulgaria, near the village of Krushuna, in the Municipality of Letnitsa. They are famous with their picturesque landscape and are formed by many travertines. Travertines are white or cream coloured rocks formed by calcium deposits from the mineral spring water.
There is a tourist path leading to the cave where the river springs. There are two smaller waterfalls in the area, one of which is called Malkata Maara. Some other caves are also found in the vicinity – Urushka Maara, Gornik, Devetashka cave.
Remains of the Hesychast Krushuna Monastery dating from the 13-14th century in time of the Second Bulgarian Empire can be found nearby.